... 1956 South African Reserve Bank One Pound Banknote Pick Number 92d Goo – Giamer Antiques and Collectibles

1956 South African Reserve Bank One Pound Banknote Pick Number 92d Good Extremely Fine or Much Better Currency

Description: A beautiful extremely fine or much better Banknote from South Africa. This is the South African Reserve Bank One Pound note issued 14 September,1956. The banknote is blue in color with portrait of Jan Van Riebeeck in an oval frame to the left of the front. There is a maritime scene in the lower right corner of the front. The back has the same color scheme as the front and displays a lion standing and holding scrolls in his paw in the center. The note is written in English and Afrikaans. The front has one signature, the date and the serial number as well as the denomination. This particular note has the serial number B/261 373788, which is displayed twice on the front in black. The back only displays the name of the bank and the denomination. The note has no watermark that we could find. Please carefully review the scan provided as it is part and parcel of our description.

Date: 14. 9. 56 or 14 September 1956.

Printer: Unknown.

Size: The banknote measures ~5 7/8" by ~3 1/4".

Pick Number: P 92d.

Condition: I would grade this banknote as nice extremely fine or much better. The banknote is clean and has no stains. The note has no graffiti, no pinholes, no tears, and no splits. The edges are intact and show no roughness. The note retains most of its original stiffness, sheen and crispiness. The corners are intact with no bumps but are slightly rounded. Also the note has a light vertical fold in the center which is difficult to see but is there. Because of the fold and the slight rounding of a couple of corners we are grading the note as extremely fine instead of about uncirculated or better. The colors of the note are clear, vivid and very bright. A very nice note in excellent condition to add to your collection. Please see photo for additional condition information.


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